Author:James Martin (1783-1860)

James Martin
(1783–1860)
Irish farmer, poet and translator

WorksEdit

  • Translations from Ancient Irish Manuscripts and Other Poems (1811) (IA)
  • Poems (1813)
  • Poems on Various Subjects (1816)
  • Man’s Final End: A Vision of the Last Judgement [1823]
  • Ireland’s Dirge: An Historical Poem (1827)
  • A Poetical Letter Addressed to the Independent Electors of the County (1831)
  • Cottage Minstrelsy; or, Poems on Various Subjects (1832)
  • Miscellaneous Verse [1833];
  • Reformation the Third; or, the Apostate N-L-N and the Perverts of Athboy (1838)
  • The Medal and Glass: A Poetical Dialogue (1841);
  • The Wounded Soldier, a tale of Waterloo with Other Poems on Temperance (1841) (external scan)
  • The Truth Teller, or Poems on Various Subjects (1842)
  • The Repealer, or the Bane and Antidote of Ireland (1844)
  • A Dialogue between John Bull and Granna Uille; or Ireland in 1845 (1845)
  • A Dialogue between an Irish Agent and Tenant (1848)
  • Edmund and Marcella: A Tale of Waterloo (Kells: Henderson 1849)
  • An Answer to the Objections of the Ven. Archdeacon of Meath against the Sacrifice of the Mass (1850)
  • An Inquiry Whether the Roman Catholics Separated from Protestants, or Protestants from Roman Catholics (1851)
  • The Mass Shewn [sic] to be Real Sacrifice (1853)
  • John and Mary, a Modern Irish Tale (1855)
  • The Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin (1855)
  • The Campaign in the Crimea (1856)
  • Death and the Poet: A Dialogue (1857) (IA)
  • Silas and Actea: A Story of Christian Martyrdom (1858)


 

Works by this author published before January 1, 1926 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.